How Bad is Antidumping?: Evidence from Panel Data
AbstractCurrent research on antidumping suggests a number of channels through which antidumping affects the volume of world trade. This paper uses a structural approach to the gravity model framework to evaluate these hypotheses using data on trade volume over the period 1960-2001. We conclude that the volume and welfare effects have been negative, but quite modest.
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Antidumping; Gravity equation; Multilateral resistance; Panel data econometrics;
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